Join the Army Reserve - Video

Video / July 12, 2017 / Project number: 17-0124

 

Looking for a great full time career? The Canadian Armed Forces is hiring. Check out the opportunities here: https://www.canada.ca/en/department-national-defence/campaigns/in-demand-jobs.html

And remember, you could also serve part time: one night a week and one weekend a month, with the Canadian Army Reserve.

To join the Army Reserve, start by dropping by the local armoury in your community or region. If you are looking for a particular trade, you must join a unit that offers that type of work.

Browse this listing of Reserve units to find one near you: http://www.army.forces.gc.ca/en/reserve/index.page#unit

Visual Transcript

Scene opens with eight soldiers scattered across a grassy field, with fog covering the background. They are dressed in CADPAT (Canadian Disruptive Pattern camouflage) uniforms, with paint on their faces and carrying weapons as they walk across the field.

They kneel in the long grass, weapons drawn at the ready.

Cut to a medium shot of a soldier kneeling in the long grass as he brings his weapon to focus through the viewfinder.

Cut to a shot of two soldiers crawling on their fronts through the long grass.

Cut to a close-up shot of a female soldier as she puts meshing on a vehicle.

Cut to a medium shot of two soldiers under a mesh tent.  One soldier is wearing ear protectors as the other soldier prepares to load a fire arm.

Cut to a shot of a C3 105mm Howitzer being launched into an open field.

Cut to a medium shot of a female soldier lying in the grass, with her face painted. She lowers the binoculars that she was looking through.

Cut to a medium shot from underneath a C3 105mm Howitzer as two soldiers pull the trigger to launch.

Cut to a medium shot of a soldier discarding the canister from the ammunition previously loaded in the C3 105mm Howitzer. It bounces across the dirt and grass and comes to land in front of the camera.

Cut to a black screen with the white words “SERVE YOUR COUNTRY” scrolling quickly across.

Cut to a medium shot of soldiers as they enter a building, one by one weapons drawn.

Cut to a medium shot of the interior of the building as the soldiers enter.

Cut to an overhead shot of the soldiers as they weave their way through the hallways of the building, weapons drawn.

Cut to a black screen with white words “ONE NIGHT A WEEK” scrolling quickly across.

Cut to a medium shot of the underside of a vehicle that is being turned upright, landing on all four wheels.

Cut to a medium shot of a soldier operating the lift for the equipment that has just righted the overturned truck. The truck rests in the distance.

Cut to a medium shot of a simulated medical emergency. A soldier lies on the ground as he is tended to by another. Another injured soldier is sitting upright, resting his back against the wheel of a vehicle.

Cut to a medium shot of a soldier sitting on the ground, resting his back on the wheel of a vehicle. Another soldier assists in splinting his leg during a simulated casualty exercise.

Cut to a black screen with white words “ONE WEEKEND A MONTH” scrolling across.

Cut to a medium shot of a female soldier applying various shades of green and black face paint on her face as she holds a small compact mirror.

Cut to a shot of soldiers walking through a shaded, wooded area. Only t the silhouettes of the soldiers can be seen as they pass by the camera.

Cut to a shot of four soldiers gathered around a table. A map and compass lie on the table as one soldier jots down coordinates.

Cut to a medium shot of a soldier lying down on his front as he looks through the viewfinder of his weapon during a simulation exercise.

Cut to a shot of two soldiers lying on their fronts. In the distance, the visual simulation of a range is depicted on large screens.

Cut to a classroom shot with soldiers seated in rows of desks. The instructor walks across the front of the classroom.

Cut to a close-up shot of one of the soldiers in the class as she writes notes in her notebook.

Cut to a black screen with the white text “JOIN NOW” stamped across.

Cut to a black screen with the Canadian Army logo stamped in white. The words “Army Reserve” are typed across the bottom.

Fade to National Defence Identifier and copyright information. Fade to Canada wordmark

 

 

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